But don’t worry because it is really easy to find.
In the early days of Frankly Curious, it was run with the Nucleus CMS. Several years ago, we switched over to WordPress (partly because Nucleus stopped being maintained). I’ve decided that keeping these old Nucleus articles around is a security risk. So now, they are all being redirected here. But don’t worry! You can still find the article you are looking for — very easily.
How to Find the Page
Look at the address bar above. You will see something like “?itemid=8651” at the end of it. All you need to do is find the number after “itemid=” (“8651” in this example) in the Complete List of Old Posts. And then click on the link right next to it. That will take you to a search page. And the first article on that page will almost always be the article that you were looking for.
Here is the page of posts:
The reason I’ve put the list in another page is because it is long and so loads slowly.
If You Came Through Google
If you came through Google, chances are you will not have the Nucleus link to search for. In that case, just search the page for what you are looking for. For example, if you search Google for “Merry Secular Christmas” (with the quotation marks), you will get this page alone. But if you go to the Complete List of Old Posts and search for “Merry Secular Christmas,” you will find the page. Or you could just search for “Christmas.”
One More Time: It’s Easy!
That’s all there is to it: make note of the number in the address bar; click on the Complete List of Old Posts and find the number; click on the link next to it; and find it on the search page that appears.
If you have any questions, contact us. We’re always happy to help!